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THE CENTRAL RECORDIUltl JlKliHllONi UNTAUMaiUW VKMOGUAOV AND JOOt KIMKTfKNTIt VKAH IAiTOA STICK KY FRIDAY 8 IJIOJ HVMMXM 40 i u JAN U AJt Y r nrsw Y wVfa i r WYiMki1y a IOVEllNiiII i Local Items tilts Lltl flrant Is doing splendid work RH society editor of tho Record Tho Lsdlcn1 Society will meet with Mm II M Unlluu next Saturday afternoon Messrs J W bate and Win Poor of Huona VIAL wero wltliJ I Ilninllton fur a fox hunt altogether having 35 dugs At Home Mr and Mrs O I1 Hush will bo nt homo friends after January tooth on Danville Avenue Rev M 0 McCallum him been elec ted to preach ovary third Sunday at Fair View church fur the following year beginning with the third Sun day In January Tlio tobacco warclioimo and Oar rardVi tobacco IntcicxU have iu In creased that 8 or 10 men have Just In handling and shipping tits Important staple Noah Whats all that noise among the animals Shorn The cancel has gut Ills back up because the rhlnuce rous thinks ho Is an automobile and keeps tooting his hum A strong petition Iran been sent to Washington asking fur a postal clerk on the train that now ha the pouch service In order to avoid frequent and failures In receiving mall FcTho county supervisors era In ses sion constating of I ho following well known gentlemen T 11 Walker W 0 Opocb W It Mason C A Rubin son and K II Ray Wo will give the result of their work when they adjourn Tan Cent A ten will soon bo opened In the brick store room vacated by Henry Duncan Theta tuna have been such drawing cards cUcvvlierc that wo feel euro It will be well pat ronltcd here especially by the ladles The reports of our three banks the Peoples of 1dlnl Lick and the Hry antavlllo Hank show a healthy tlon and from the amountof deposits there Is certainly no panic In tight The Citizens National and tho Nat ional declared a semi annual dividend of I Miss Gertrude Pollard ago 10 years died at tho residence on Danville Avenue and was burled last Friday In Lancaster Cemetery Funeral ser vices by Rev O P lush Side was n member of tho HaptUl church had many friends and was an amiable young lady fl t Ali to their to 1 delays j 1 cent lllora con III lt arrived aid 1 r percent t 4 fit Another Millinery Sloru Mls Hclln Arnold who lion hud con sldcinblu experience In the millinery builncH and who hiss displayed taste giving satisfaction to the public will open u store In tho Thompson store room Danville A vo Tho sermons of Dr KII Pearcc nt the dlllerunt churches In this city on tho Federation of Churches drew largo crowds and there were many expressions of appcclallon of tho able manner In which ho handled tide Commercial Club There IK some talk of reorganizing tho Commercial Club and we must nut take It out In talk A strung club can bo organized nut only of tho bus iness men but of till good citizens of tho community reaping tide bcnell Is of some of the good work dune by this club In our greatly train service LelmiU work together for Iho advancement of our town anti community Excellent Train Service We are congratulating each other and thanking the L N Railway for thrro trains each way each day making close connection and quick time North South Kant and West Wo can leave hero at 220 p m and arrive In Louuivlllo at 055 leave Louisville at 81B a in nnd arrive at Lancaster nt 1131 Service o Cincin nati equally as good Wo will run a card giving tho arrival of each train Franchise A proposed telephone franchise was read before tho City Council Monday night and It will bo put on Us passage at the next mcutlng We understand that It proposes to Install tide metallic service and allow tho charge of 8160 for residences and 1200 fur business houses If It passes It will ho so as to bring n The council will of course consider the best Interests of the public In tho Big Land Doal Hughes Swlnebniiid report that they have just sold two more farms They sold for Hamilton Robinson the remainder of the Ollllsplo farm of about 120 acres to W S Hensley at 9100 per acre and alsohold for VS Hensley his farm on the tide Lexing ton plko known as the T 1 Herring farm of 178 acres to Hamilton Hob Ins in at 185 per acre The last named farm Is Incited miles from town well Improved tobacco barn plenty of tobacco laud and Ilughi Si Swine broad state that they have It for sale again Price und full particulars may bo hind by applying to them Wo 41 Iii subject nru how unproved advertised matter C Wo received splendid letter fruin Union which arrived too late for Tlio world week of prayer by tho World Evangelical Alliance In Programme will unobserved dally tie coming week commencing next Sunday In Lancaster churches the order of services being arranged later nnd announced next Sunday at tho churches Officers Of Tho W C T U 1009 President Mrs Fanny Furrnj Vice President Mrs Win Lean Treasurer Mrs Kd Price Hccordlng anti Corres ponding Secretary Amanda Anderson Thin Union meets every Saturday at 230 Tho subject for Saturday Is Sabbath Observance Tho mem bars requested to land their dues to the Treasurer M P A Conditions on Water Street have caused tho organization of the Mens Protective Association In order to nvold tho burdens of household work Mr It T Kiiihry n splendid gentle man who has moved to another part of tho city was handy In household work but being n fixture no was made Dr liurnott who bought nod moved to tho Kmbry place was actually soon sweeping Tho P A met and passed tho following Resolved that we will not submit to any Inovcatlon that will cause our wives to Impose the drudgery of the household upon us and Dr llnrnett Is hereby notified that If ho sweeps again a committee will wait on him and so deal with him that ho will wish ho had never seen n broom Train and Mall Service Mr W T West our post master has been kind enough to furnish the following Information for tho benefit of the community Train No 10 North bound to Cincinnati arrives at C00 No 71 South bound to Rowland arrives nt 035 a md3parUat 10 am No 23 North bound to Richmond at 1131 n m No 27 South bound to Rowland arrlvcsat229 p m No 0 South bound to Rowland ar river p m No 28 only carries mall between this point and Richmond All mall fur the alone trains will bo mado up thirty minutes before departure of trains Our Sunday mail will bo opened from 1 to 2 p m After Other Fall D 0 Scutt Avon Ky says 1 used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy other remedies haiUallcd and It speedily affected a cure It has cured several hcids In my neighborhood without n single loss Sold by J R Mount Co Itll 1I are com- plaInt M arrives III 835 after publication submitted a- in t 4V r s j j1 m t f c a1 Q i i 1 f 1 J jl J 6 JANUARY 1ST 1 O 11 Is DUe y PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE I tr fH T LOGAN J 1 J b j11 jo 1c I 1 I r p 14 clk Your Account TM y I S fi w- I Ii eth j1nnnnr1InLrnILJruIlJLillrrI Ilr1i t PfJUi- t 1 r Trial lodge Ford Issued warrants for the arrest of Andrew and China Major charged with killing Mrs wife of till latter nnd sister of Ihr former during tho holidays The par ties urn In Jail and the examining trial will bo hell Saturday Our lluena Vista correspondent reported the kill ing In last Issue It Is believed that tho men to bo tried were engaged In an altercation widen Iho shot struck time deceased Tin trial will bo reported next Issue The deceased was n daughter of An dy llroughton Hr Time homicide oc currcd at the homo of time deceased near lluena Vista Chas Major tho husband of time dcccascc and Andy llroughion Sr and two suns had been to Highbrldgo and Returned on Christ mass Eve day about 2 VM All tho men were drinking and a quarrel oc curred between the hicmbcrsof tho fatally and during time trouble tho de ceased was shut In tho breast and liv ed about ono hour dying before aid could bo procured rime cv Idenco of witnesses before Judge Ford was somewhat conflicting but demonstrate clearly that either nroiighton or Major did tho shooting There Is no doubt that tho killing was accidental Value of Education A man carves own luck and tho best tool ho can use Is a good It never grows dull but Is bright and sharp for his purposo When others fall or become rusty It always can be yelled upon to do Its work Handsome Clothing Store The over enterprising firm of Smith ifcllcrrlng have just completed and moved Into ono of the must modern and up to date clothing stores In con tral Kentucky Tliey have relltled and remodled time old Sweeney store room from ono end to the other putting III a handsome modern front which would grace time streets of any city and Isslm ply u beauty Tho light In this new store room la simply superb and cus tomers will have no trouble whatever In making their purchases on the darkest day that comes Time uso of prism lights and other modern light Ing devices make this room light be yond These two young men who liave a thorough knowledge nf the clothing and shoe business have mado wonderful strides since they en gaged In business In Lancaster two years ago and have grown until they now have ono of tho largest and most modernly equipped clothing and slue stores In the city and wo have been Informed that the above firm Intends tilling their now room with high grade merchandise of tho yery best quality such as Hart SchafnerMarx clothing Johnson Murpbystinoshoes for rues John I Stetson hats and other high grade lines of equal reputation We predict for thom a very successful In their new store Groat Evangelist Hilly Sunday formerly famous as a baseball player Is now doing service as an evangelist Considerable fault has been found with Mr Sunday because of his alleged Indecencies of expres aloe Tho Des MolnesIcwa Tribune however says that one can not do Jus tlco to Sunday without hearing him And Itudds We desire to hero quote an extract front ono ot his sermons and wo defy his enemies to find army timing to equal It In all time literature of sermonizing either for beauty of Illness to or the effectiveness of this burst of el oquence on an audience Hero Is tho masterpiece o f pulpit eloquence Twentytwo years ago with the Ho ly Spirit as my guide I entered this wonderful temple called Christianity I entered at tho portico of Genesis walked down through the old testa went art gallery whore tho pictures of Noah Abraham Moses Joseph Isaac Jacob Daniel hang on the wall 1 passed Into tho music room of Psalms where tho spirit swept the keyboard of nature and broughs forth tho dirge like wall ot the weeping prophet Jere minim to tho grand Impassioned strain of Isaiah until It seemed that every reed and pipe In Gods great or ou of nature responded to time tuneful harp of David the sweet singer of Israel 1 entered the chapel of Kccleslastes where Limo voice ot tho preacher was heard and Into time conservatory of Sharon and tho Lily of the Valleys sweet scented spices tilled and perfum ed my life I entered tho business of lice of tho Proverbs then Into the ob servatory room of tho prophets where taw telescopes of various sizes some pointing to tho faroil events but all concentrated upon the bright and morning star which was to above tho moonlight hills of Judea for our salvation I entered time audience room of the King of Kings and caught n vision of Ills glory front time stand point of Matthew Mark Luko and John passed Into time Acts of time Apostles whore tho Holy Spirit doing his oilluo work In the formation of time Infant church Thou Into time correspondence room whore Mat hew Mark Luke John Paul Peter Jnmed and Judo penning their epis ties I stepped Into time throne room of UovolatloiiB where all towered into glittering peaks and I got a vision of tho King sitting upon Ills throuo In nil hum glory and All hall the power of Jesus name tot angels prostrate full Hrlng forth time royal diadem And crown Him Lord otalUi med- Ical his conception bus- Iness was at education always S5 Candidate 1 am a candidate fur magistrate In HryantHvlllo Dlst No 2 snbjcct to the action of the Republican Jnmrs K Scott Important Mooting There will bo a meeting of the stock holders of time Oarrard County Fair Association nt the Scceratarys olllco In Oarrard Hank ft Trust Co at 2 p m Tuesday January 12th Wo want a lull meeting for the purioso of officers R L Klkln Sccerotary J M President Moving Wo give some of the changes which are being mado Injiomcs so that the public may know whore to find friends ninth relatives J L Davis has moved to the Methodist Parsonage A F Sanders moved to the Mason Hotel and L E Heron moves Into tho house vacated by him J D CJulley goes to tho Fred Steno property Jesse Arnold and wife ate boarding at time Simpson House and J HDunn has moved to tho place vacated by hue Caps T A Klkln has moved to his farts and Rov O P Hush moves where ho lived Dave Sanders has moved to tho liar ders property H T Embry moved to his now homo on Hill Street Dr Hurnett moved to tho house from which ho moved J E Dickerson has moved to tho placo which he bought of William Sebastian F G Hurt moves to tho property bought of Joe Nevius and toe latter moves to the Dillon property J W Hamilton mov ed to time placo bought of Aldrldge rind Ross Bastin to the placo bought of him Eld F M Tinder moved to his new homo on Lexington pike F S Hughes moved to tho new house built by S G Haseldenon Richmond street and H V Hastln moves where he lived S D Cochran went to tho place bought of Shearer Brothers and A H Haslln where ho lived J R Mount moved to the place vacated by him amid Alexander Walker goes to the house vacated by Mount E C Gaines moves to the S G Haselden property Leo Prowltt moves to his place on Lexington plko John Anderson moves to Mrs Fishers property on Lexing ton Ave C W Anderson moves to the property vacated by Eld Tinder Bruce Lawson has moved to the Jen nings place Richmond avenue Among the business changes Smith Herring have moved Into lni stoic room and F P Friable will soon move his drug store to tho room vacated by them which he purchased from Squire J S Johnson Now can you tell where your friends live MRS EMMA GREGORY After An Illnosa of Several Months Died Monday Evening Interment at Richmond Thursday Wlucbciter Mrs Emma Good loo Gregory died Monday at tho house of her daughter Mrs Henry II hull on Lexington Avenue it Brlghts disease aged sixty eight years She was a native of Madison county daughter of Octavlus and Lizzie Duncan Goodloc but spent much of tier life In Danville For too past year and a half she lived with her laughter Mrs Hall Sho leaves four children William D Gregory of North Dakota R Parker Gregory of Paint Lick Mrs W A Ar nold of Lancaster and Mrs Henry II Hull of this city Her husband James W Gregory died twentysix years ago Since In llfo she hind been a member of Christian Church and although health In lute years prevented her active participation In church work which to her she was over In sympathy with charities unswerving In and tenacious In her beliefs She was charitable and generous la appreciation o the efforts of others In tho ono great cause This religious devotion extended to tho sanctity of the borne and never was mother maro devoted tofauijly Sho was gltcd with raro powers and strength ot character yet gentle and kindly with always a word of comfort for those In sorrow mil suffering Her demise will cause sorrow to a consolation to the bereaved rein Ivcs and especially to Mrs Hull who devoted herself unremittingly to caro during her long and Illness Funeral services wore held yesterday manning at tho family residence by Jld J II MaoNelll and tho remains wore burled In the family lot In Rich iiond Cemetery UAUTKIISYILLE Mr Joe Smith had a very tine horse Friday Rov Pulmoter tilled his appointment Sunday Mr U S Beep sold to Mr J W Pointer good milk cow fur 22 60 Little Halllo Carter daughter and Mr and Mrs I M Carter aro very sick nt this writing Mr Dawson wero time jutatu of their uncle OS Roop and family Saturday and Sunday lr Richard Junes member of the Uurternvlllo I 0 0 F Lodge died In plnclnuatl Saturday night and was burgled by the Mrtersvlllo Lodge Monday la lUchmund cemetery j I I I I I I I j f l j the adJoin a time her froth lion large circle of treads who extend sin core has her 1 to die hero a and Mrs J It Committee electing Farm r Democrat early aiways appealed deserving devotion Intellectual protracted the x YourAccount IS NOW PLEASE CALL AND SETTLER HASELDEN BROS Citizens IJatiorjal Baijk OF LANCASTER KY At the Close of Business Dec 31 1908 Loan and Discounts Overdraft llond lloniU Due hank Hanking IIou eFnlturo hue U 8 Treasurer Cull TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital Stock Fund Undivided rronti Circulation Individual Deposits Certified Checks Tax Fund tl0l 8 S4 18 2490000 99401 77 80793 7 uoooooo 100000 B4U 41 5000000 2510cm 23 1000 37420829 A dividend No 40 4 per cent Ii declared out of earn lag six months No charge depositing valuable papers D F UoDiOif Cashier Lancaster Kjr Dec 81 1908 DIRECTORS J Walker President J S Johnson Vice President T M Arnold Alex Olbbi and D F Hudson PIH fOOiiJllliMLrrfl I I Due iiI I I Hi1 lilt II until II UII 111111111111111 CONDITIONor ASSETS BO000 00 from 6000 00 from 200 00 26 lm TOTAL of the past for I J lu i Q rRr e I ether Fit 5371208 j 62 General News Postmasters throughout the United Kingdom have begun the payment of old ago pensions under tho act of the last session of Parliament persons over 70 years of age Seven hundred thousand applications for pension have been received of which 200000 were disallowed chiefly because the have been In receipt of poor re lief According to calculations the total sales of the Red Cross Christmas and New Year stamps will reach about 25000000 It is proposed that the stamp shall bo mado a permanent It should be made perman ent and by giving the project plenty of publicity before the next holiday season the aggregate sales for Christ mas week 1009 should be made greatly larger than they have been this year This attendance at the New Years reception at the White House last years record over 0000 people be lUll present Tho diplomatic corps was headed by tho Italian Ambassor The Chinese Minister was nut present owing to tho death ot time Dowager km press Ono hundred opossums with tho accompaniment sweet potatoes will grace time banquet table of tho Atlanta Chamber ot Cornmeico on time evening ot January 15 when Presi dentelect Tuft will bo tho guest ot honor of time city Tho Planters Protective Association after several weeks negotiations clos ed a deal with time Imperial Tobacco Company whereby the latter company U to take over 10000000 pound of tho pooled crop of 1003 as soon us It can be delivered The deal will cause much rejoicing among tanners In time black patch who have their crops In the pool The forthcoming treasury time Government receipts and ex penditures will show a deficIt for tide first six months of the current fiscal year of approximately 101200463 Plans for a Ilapllst sanitarium In LouIsville are taking definite shape Willis E Smith time missing student who disappeared from State Uolvcrsl y of Kentucky Lexington September 22 last turned up at time borne of re halve at Owonboro Smltn tells a tale that would put to blush yellow Institution Itatement- of a oi l1ItIlII III lIull I applicants broke usual back novel production of his adventur es since his disappearance from The State department at Washing ton is considering ordering the Atlan tic fleet which Is expected to reach Port Said Sunaay to Messina to take part In the work of rescue The fleet can probably reach that part by uarv 15 The Celtic which was to have been the fleets Christmas ship will sail for Messina and the clothing Dud supplies Intended for the men will go to tne relief of the unfortunate victims of the earth quake Tho actual results of the great so far as known are as follows from 100000 to 200 000 Injured Estimates range from 300000 to 600000 Homeless Estimat ed at 1000000 Cities Over 10000 peo ple destoyed 15 Smaller towns de stoyed Estimated 0 Warships sunk torpedoboats 12 Ships sunk by wave 000 Formation of stralta of Messina changed Historic Scylla and Charybdis destroyed Etna and Strom boll volcanoes In eruption Many Am erican tourists among the dead Sparrow Songster It Is n curious tact that though the doom not naturally sing yet bouioiparrowi have been made by association with bull Ouches to acquire the long of that truly astonishing Instance of bidden or latent capacity Publjr Sale Of Stock Crops Farming Imple ments told farm and to move elsewhere I will offer at public TUESDAY 1WJX the following personal property 1 tn good condi tion 1 riding cultivator new I 1 double about 3000 good umber 1 good combined horse e cows 2 harrow and farming Implements 2 one nearly new 18 cattle and The sale will be held at farm oq the Lancaster and Lexington Pike about mile from Lancaster H lo begins promptly at 10 oclock a m on day of tale W ti HSNSLISY 1111111111111111111111 officers and KilledAnywhere tidal II birda m r NUARY I2 McCormick Inder IHuly rlllnil dlso liar turn lag 100 ur corn In cribs YOlr 0 seine hogs Lexington C Jan food earthquake a houee sparroW hand rearod saloon w nearly new 2 ate harrow iliac other errns y yue HiORD WKKKtY ttOTA YKAIl HUQHKS XftfmiUI Me JVtf ftlet fn fxinMiKr l Member Ky Pratt AiioeUtlom nd i Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky January 0 1009 RttttFor Political Announcement For Cltx Oniccs 1 600 For County Oitlccs 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 Fur Cards per lino 10 For nil publicans In tho Interest of Individuate or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 r z II j lrlclnct and I K t I p 1- rCEN 1 ttA Ii 1tF CO1t1 EdePubr dasdtt4if4f3Th1 ar 7 r Democratic Ticket I For State Senator It L Hubble For Representative Burton For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk JW Hamilton For Bberlff Oco T Ballard For School Superintendent MlssJcn nlo Higgles For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W 8 Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J IT Dunn For Magistrate District J P Bourco For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for a primary election M C SAUIXKT authorized to announce Hon Chas A Ilardin of Harrodsburc as candidate for renomination for the office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial District subject to tho action of the Democratic party About seventy live of the best news paper men in the State attended the Kentucky Press Association at Louis vllle We quote the following from the Louisville Times Focused In the midwinter meeting of the Kentucky Press Association at The Seelbach were all of the uplifting ideas and movement In the State to day As the vehicle for the of these Ideas to the people of Kentucky the newspapers of the State were said by Judge John D Carroll of Appellate Court to wield Incomparable power for good or evil Among the live subjects treated of by the speakers were the problems of better educational by lIar ry A Sommers of Ellzabethtown development and conservation of the States natural resonrses and moral wellbeing by President Tim Need ham of the association greater sym party of relationships between the Purchase Penuyrlle Bluegrass Bear grass and the Mountains by Charles W Metcalfeof Pinevllle Indorsement of the plan to provide stricter super vision over State and county officers to prevent peculations responslbll ities of editors by Edward A Jonas and the commercial side of publishing the press by Miss A Louis Babbage of Cloverport The earthquake In Italy and Sicily eclipses any calamity In tho history of the world Two hundred thousand dead Twice that number injured A million without homes wandering about and thousands starving Is a dark picture Of course no can be put on the loss of property The liberal contributions by Individ uals societies cities and nations den onstrate the brotherhood of man and proves that God Is In the great mass of humanity lending helping hand Willis Smith the Lexington Stu dent who disappeared mysteriously and came In a few days ago first said that he was kidnapped and kept In a cave In Wisconsin and then says that he left to avoid being hazed If eith er statement is true It la tile latter and It slows the Importance of abol ishing the cursed practice of hazing which can he done with a little more common sense and backbone at the head of the schools Hqc Toinllnson Elector for this Congressional District will go to Frankfort next Monday to cast the vote of tho district for Bryan This Is as Is always In the trout ranks when the Interests of tho Democratic party are at stake He Is an eloquent speaker and contributes his part In every campaign Ball was granted to Bach Hargls In tho sum of 138000 He will go to Hot Springs which will enable him to become used to high degrees of heat and become seasoned for what await hIM in tho great hereafter when ill be Judged according to the done In the and money canno help him to escape punishment Dr E L Powell pastor of the First I W B 4 No1 forki We a I j 1 1 I t may I j t 1 i v- r t are p presentation a the 4 IC estimate- S V S 4 r i 1 4 wore shall anode i Uiiflitluil Hunch if LuUifcvlllo In In marry tit rVtmmrr in Mr A nun Our duo if IhiliuKliliU ii highly educa ted ml ongiucd In tijlMlunnry nml well known in Kentucky lr Powell held n meeting hero soy oral years ngi ll U reported that ni MIOII nil Beach HargU was released oil bond and re turned to Jackson ho tilled himself with whisky shot up the town and was lodged In jail Tills sounds well for tho Bocullcd Innocent Ind The jury should have prvcntcd alt this an noyance All tho miners of tho Stearns coal company have resumed operation and everything Is quiet Marshals Rqjdlern have been In search of the Simpson gang but It Is believed at this writing that they have made their escape Real manhood and womanhood should be measured by tho good they do In this world and not by the clothes they wear or the property they accumulate On Monday Congres approprlattcd 1800000 for the relief of the earth quake sufferers which was right IMIYANTSVILLE Miss Maud Martin Is In Richmond for a visit Mr galker Burnsldo of Richmond spent Sunday here Mr and II Dunn were In Louis vllle for several days last week Mr Q T niggtnbotham of Lexing ton was here on business Saturday Miss Allle Dunn will go to Lexing ton tho last of the week for a short stayMr Harvey Patton expects to leave In a few days for an extended stay In TexasMr and Mrs J 0 Williams moved this week to Mrs Mary McQralhs res Idcnce Miss Elizabeth Bryant and Pattie Belle Burke visited In Junction City last week Misses Brooks of Lexington have been the guests of their cousin Miss Irene Easley Messrs Jeff and Jack Dunn have re turned to Lexington after spending the holidays here Mr Sam Ross left Thursday for Louisville where lie will enter the medical college Mr and Mrs John Peters of Mack vllle were weekend guests of Mrs Josephine Boner Mrs B P Swope entertained the younger set very delightfully at home In the country Friday evening Mrs and daughter Miss Anna Lee of Lexington were the guests last week of Mrs E II Bal lardMr Bryan Ballard returned to Lex ington Sunday to resume his studies at State University afterspendlng the holidays at home Mr John Johnson has returned to Lexington after spending several days here at the bedside of his little who has been seriously 111 but who Is now very much Improved Messrs Beacher Ballard and have bought of Mr Lawson his store room and stock of merchan dice This Is one of the most Impor tant sales that has occurred In Dry antsvllle for quite awhile Mr Law son will give possession Feb 1st Mr Beacber has been engaged In the mer cantile business here for several years and Is very well known The other members are also well known and prominent as Mr Williams Is cashier of the Bank of Bryantsvllle and Mr J Hogan Ballard the junior member has many friends who wish him much success In the business world lIe has also been In the bank hero for the past year Dont Get Divorce A western judge granted a divorce on account of and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented It They cure Constipation causing bad breath and colds banish headacheaconquer 25o at R E 1m HARKSDUlir Messrs George and William Doolin were In the mountains last week on business Molars Minor Teaguo and Edgar Milian have been recent visitors to relatives In Tennessee Mrs William Broaddus entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday Miss Mary Durham of Lebanon III with her slater this week Mrs Jim TurnerMr of Cuba was a visitor at the home of Mr Mote Robinson re centlyMr I F Robinson has returned to State College after spending the at home Mr and Mrs J A Wood and daughter Miss Josephine of Danville spent of last week with Mrs Millard Rcut The youngest child of Mr Edmond Sutton ls quite III with pneumonia Miss Sue Bessie Sutton spent sever I days recently with Miss Della Rice Hughes at Lancaster Misses Jennlo and Susie Hlgglni of Paint Lick have returned home alter a short stay with Miss Georgia Dunn Mr Thomas Kuhlman has moved with his family to Lowell whore will engage In the mercantile business with lila father Mrs delis entertained a tow friends at Eu j d I MrsJ her W Wooltolk Williams E D a a Liver Traub e the Illttmper dispel S Tuesday a lie lnli dllm rlIra murk situ T daughter U holidays Folks Grit Htrnfonl win till gUtut of honor A InmUomo silver spoon wa pre sented to Mrs Jell Dunn Christmas by the Orovo church M n token of Appre clitlon for her faithful services as or genial Site has served In this capaci ty fur about 16 mod Is faithful to the dm let Incumbent upon her rarely ever inliwlng a service Jim Speaks sold his dwelling cud the old paper mill for It 100 to J I Hamilton of Lancaster who In turn sold It to a colored man for 11400 In Mtmoriam Departed tills lire Deo 30 1008 Mrs John II Irewlttof Tcatcttvllle Garrard Co Ky Tho funeral servi ces were conducted by tho Ilcv II M tho Baptist church of Lan caster Dec 31st at 1230 oclock and tho remains were laid to rest In tho Lancaster cemetery Mrs Prowltt was Miss Lucile Marscc oldest daugh ter of Mr John Maraeoof Marksbury 1870 and since September 1801 had been a member of the Fork For a number of years site was ono of Garrards best public spool teach ers and In her famly a counselor whose advice was regarded and revered by all June 10th 1008 she was mar Tied of Teat envlllo A young woman of attractive pres ence an Idolized daughter and the bride of a few months of a devoted husband It seems to us from our hu man standpoint unexplainable that she could not have been spared to brighten their lives for many years But ourfalth Is founded In Him who knows what Is best for her and her ones and We can only extend to them our deepest sympathy and point them to Is iu the shadow of a mighty rock In a weary Death should come Gently to one of gentle mould like thee As light winds wandering through groves of bloom Detach the delicate blossoms from the tree Close thy sweet eyes calmly and with out pain And wo will trust In God to see thee yet again Mrs H M Spouse A Turkey Remedy Mrs W F Hcathman Cllntonvllle Ky says 1 have tried a number of remedies but Bourbon Poultry Cure Is the only remedy I have ever found that will cure sick turkeys Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Kv QUARTERLY REPORT OF TilE Bank Of Bryantsville AT Tim CLOSE Of BUSINESS December 1908 RESOURCES Lon Dlicounti M70 67- OTcrdraft secured SU 74 Ovcrdrnllii unsecured 211 47 Due from National lUnki 8403 M One from State hank and Hanker Due from True Companies Ranking House Lot Otber teal Eitite Other Stock and Bonds Specie Currency UU M 1W1 W Exchange for Clearing Other carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 1703 43 Fund to raj Taxei I CUM 11 2 Give description location value and how all real estate longer than are year None otal 143SM47 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid cub GOO 00 Profit 111043 line Depositor ai follows vtil to checkton Deposits subject to check on Demand certificate of depot ltsou which Interest Saving deposits on which Certified Check Duo National Dank Uue State Bank and Bankers Due Trust Cashiers Checks outstanding lillli Unpaid dividend and unpaid Capital Stock t SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebted pep any stockholder or firm Including In the liability or liability of the Individual thereof directly or Indirectly If 20 per cent of capital seta ally and actual amount of surplus of the bank No How is Indebtedness dated lu above Item 1 secured T Highest amount of Indebted ness any director or oUt cer If amount of such lu debtednoii exceed lo cent of capital No same secured 1- Poei amount of Indebtedness dim including the or firm liability of lutt Individ nil thereof ex ceedJo cent of capital cud actual surplus No If indebtedness No Amount of last lere t before declaring dividend and was not loam lo cent of net of the bank for the period covered bv the lo fund before waiddolaredf Are branch being your No Hai jour yil Hart d In de partment Total t Stale of Kentucky County o darrard n- I J O of Bank of Hank June 1W4 located and doing business In h spiel a true tl Ilia close of business ou the day of IKK to Ihi best of bli knowledge and that of said hank has beu trausacted at In named and not elsewher no branch being conducted said bank suit ompllauc IVOHa the report it 0 WlUUMi Cashier and sworn to before me by J 0 January iwt U tiuiUam Mailer It Ii lUIUrd 0 c Decker i lgn rUlMCtOII b II I lIP ut I enl tihuuso at Site al born April 21st church to Mt John IIIrewltt bereaved 31 6447 U4 U 410 M Item CUrrent Expanses Quarter except banking houe lon 16000 00 wich not f7S 24 Time on 4800 I g1678at l s paid up now Is complOT or ItT d f I w Wero er l aid 0 No tllwt 07 a duly0 Lei rIll oc art In with an Dllleal Ilse dsy te- UI14 the Sib of U Kentucky U and and 261123 MortgageS Last and lot ii Undivided interest 1 certlficteaof re tookof of erou of dividend o ill expenses lone in d vi dividend Yes institutions tuelltn Ill rust l ml ale situ u lion that Ibe madenotlc tarrofSlit she day ou which such pall William WHAT IS POWER e A s Church CKIcsgo 8T REV A C DIXON D D the CMu JA a r Put a Mood r Jesus Tarry yo In tho city of Jerusa lem until yo endued with vow er from on hlrh 21 2 was that Certainty not nn Increase of knowl o d g e numbers money social po sition or organisa tlon These Influences important They should nil said be What are R n d Luke power more bo used for Christ Out Influences are not sufficient for the needs of the church The word Influence only onco In tho Illble and that In the question of Jehovah to tho patriarch Job Canal thou bind tho sweet Influences of tho 1loaldeit Job 3831 Tho sweet influences of tho Pleiades which bring tho spring with Its bloom of flowers and song of birds are to be welcomed and prized but for tho most effective Christian service wo need more than genial Influ ences Tho need of every Christian Is In the Now Testament word pow er which hue in it the omnipotence of God Power Is God at Work The power which came on the day of Pentecost was God himself In tho person of the Holy Spirit who like a rushing mighty wind filled all the house where they were sitting and as tongues of fire sat upon each of thorn Acts 22 3 Power Is God at work lie uses tho word as u sword and the Christian as an agent Power however Is not In tho sword but In the arm that wields It Nor Is It in the agent but In tho Master whoso sorvant he is God delegates power to no one Jesus said Go yo and disciple all nations and lo 1 am with you Matt 2819 20 In other words I will go with you and do the work myself provided you ful fill tho conditions I Impose You are to pray trust preach and live the truth while you depend on mo for powerTho redeemed In glory sing Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to recelvo power Rev 612 And every Christian however weak In him self has no right to give weakness In his service to Christ for power Is within the reach of all who believe At Pentecost the Holy Spirit the Comforter the Paraclete ono who comes to our we call came to stay and he has been with the church ever since Ho Is often grieved and like Jesus unable to do mighty works because of our unbelief but ho Is never absent Transmission Wire of Faith The power house Is built once for all and the motorman on the trolley uses the power furnished by the com pany according to the capacity of the wire for transmitting nnd the ma chlnery of his car for utilizing It At Pentecost the coming of tho Spirit was like tho building of the power house onco for all We have not to pray tho Spirit out of heaven he Is with us all the tlmo but the meas are of his power depends upon tho wire of faith and consecration through which ho may work the machinery of our lives and bring things to pass Tho city builds the reservoir onco for all but the supply of water for every house depends on tho pipe which with the reservoir and tho water will do the people no good unless the channels are open through which It may flow Into their houses Pente cost was the building of the reservoir once for all The Holy Spirit Is to be over with the church but his power depends upon the channels of faith and faithfulness through which he flows Into our lives The SplrltFllled Life The Splrltfllled life Is tho Chris tians normal condition and wo should bo satisfied with nothing less titan the best God has for us In John 738 39 we read Ho that belleveth on mo as the Scripture salth from with in him shall flow rivers of living water nut this spake ho of tho Spirit which they that believed on him wore to receive for the Spirit was not yet because Jesus was not yet glorified In chapter 4 verse 14 Jesus tolls us that tho water ho gives becomes a well of water springing up Into life Now a well Is a faun tale curbed in There Is no overflow Tho life In us Is living water spring ing up but not overflowing The Splrltfllled man however Is a toun lain of blessing to others Tho well overflows its curb and sends out ro frothing and lifegiving streams This takes place only when Jesus Christ Is glorified The Holy Spirit was not yet because Joaus was not yet glorl Oed and the Holy Spirit Is always not yet when Jesus tins not been glory nod 110 testifies of Jesus he takes the things of Christ and shows them unto us None of those therefore who take from Christ the story of his dolly or refuge to enthrone him In their lives need expect tho fullness and power of tho Holy Spirit Christ must be glorified if we would have tho Spirit in power for service Public Sale laving sold I will sell on premises 4 miles from tile following property 2 pairs of hands 3 mares In foal Jackl anywhere 1 three year old 1 K w6 uf 1 two hols wagon new Deer IIIK binder and hay rakoi two Oliver dull 10 hemp breaks and buck of corn 4 big stacks of 300 shocks of fodder set blacksmith tools louse kitchen furniture Sale at 10 occurs J ald when connects Now pIke totbidder on J H JOOIII p lanai dill IU owl rk 6 head t xtra mow t lard I IIOI olock Terms made known on day rat BRio J P IIOyRNF 4 everlasting term highest calves awes 30 head QUAitTEHLY IIKLOHT Garrard Bank Trust Co AT THE CM8K Of HUMNK8S 31st 1108 0111 ami IMncomitn M M- Utrtrtlmfli lurnrvd jlsau UTvritralli utticcnrnl au3 11 hum from Mtste lianki and llaukeri Due from Trust ompanlei- Hanking House and Lot Other Estate Mortgages H Other StockS mud Iloudi Sped Currency for Clear Other items carried ai each Furniture and Futures Fund to Tau t Usl quar f t ii MSIlllSISlI t II R0391 to 100000 iIMM MID i tjU3 M JU7 20 OlTi location tain end bow lone owned all ml cilatt icr t nous and lot It any owned than fire years MAD1UT1E8 Capital Stock pall In In cash MOOO 00 t is Undivided I S064 Due ai vlitDeposit subject to cheek on Interest Is not paid 1138378 nibect to on Interest Ii Demand certificate of ltson which Interest Tlmecerllfleate of on which Interest Ii SOuO OH Saving deposits which Is Certified Checks MS 00 Due National flanks HMM M One Slate Dauki old Cashiers i outstanding dlvldendii 10 00 and unpaid Capital Stock not paid BUPPLKMRilTARY amount ol Indebtedness of any stockholder or firm In the of the company or firm the Individual members ihertol directly- or Indirectly If lo percent of capital stock actu ally In sod actual thatbank None How Indebtedness stated In above Item I securedHighest amount of director or offi cer If amount of such In debtedness In of paidup lock of How Ii same secure T Uoesamount of of company or firm Including tbe company or flrm the Us VI ol Individ- n l members thereof ex capital yo If 10 sate amount of such indebtedness Amount of last dividend 1000 00 Were all expenses loses In Wrest taxei deducted therefrom before dividend mud was not lea than 10 per cent of net profits bank covered the divi surplusfundwas declared any branch Institutions yourbank No Hai Institution yet started business In Us trust department No I1M5J8 M State of Kentucky County of Oarrard M J W Hank A Trust Co a thank organized IXe located and doing business In the city of Lancaster In said coon ty duly iworm iayi the report Ii In all a trnei rtatemenl of con dillon of the laid Hank at the close of boil nesion the list ol Dec IXX to the Mst of his knowledge and IxI left and further iayi that the business of said Hank has been at the location named and not else where that no branch are being con ducted by said bank and that the report Is compliance with an offlcal received Hecrelary of State lag the 31st day Dee 1508 ai the day on which such report shall be made W Klmore Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J W Klmore thi 4tb stay of Jan l 09 D A Thomas Notary Public My Commission Expires 111- 1HT flanks Hudson I Directors Yf U Oooch qUAllTEULr REPORT Peoples Bank Paint Lick Ky AT TUB CLan or Duimxss Dec 31st 1908 ItKSOUIlCHSt Iotnsanrt Discounts Overdraft secured Overdrafts unsecured Due from National Hank Hanking House and Lot t 181009 M- W70S 107 40 ai7S 00 1402 W 1 M Oi 174 7 to LIAIIILlTIKIt Capital Stock M Fund Undivided fro fl ti lo cheek on which Interest Is not paid II7MII U II7IMI U flJIlILKHKNTAHYl amount of Indebtedness ol any stockholder person company or Including the the liability of the Individual members 9r Indirectly If uch Indebtedness ex cee cent of stook ac tually paid In and actual amount of lurpmi 00 Iflilatit A lllufld Item lecured None amount of Indebtedness of director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent OU NoneDoesperson company or firm including IB company or firm the liability of thy members exceed so percent rfcapital aud actual No If ao state amount of Indebtedness Amount of last dividend jstOOOO Were all uxpe u set losses Interest and taxes de dueled theiefrom Sore declaring d than 10 per cent of net tint bank for Iliu covered the dividend to the surplus tfn Y i of Kentucky County of larrard isW O Ilnnk of Paint Lick Kentucky Bank county being duly sworn that the forego report true statement the of the iad Hank a the close o on the Slat of lieu 1WM to Ih ben of his knowledge and Lullef i and lur tbtr that of sad llauk has been at the location liauitd mad not and that no branch batik are being couduoled bv laid bank that III W0 Kemper Subscribed and worn lo before tne by V a Kiuiptr ashl r ou h list of 1908 W V Champ Notary JublloQarrard county Bit Arnold 11 I Dm lImn I IUUtlllU Ill j Due lIallolllllalllll 100000 heal ONO 00 Current Ken t1 01719I longer les62Rie c0 depot aid Due Trull Companies unpaid 0 euon II per of lip nd for the c- Are oar banks mild Logan or Till IOOS rJ 1600 w 125 Delo 11I IIUo III IIlrecll Iank r stated such boo und douc1 doolare l 100111 Id dolnr In of 1alnl Jlck II ou altOv I compliance with recshvd of State 11 01 lieu lay Oil rtOr illl alibi 1I Jan Directors if UWOQ Or TIIC rum i9ss91 1 1aoioLo ponds 20334 91 54 Profits which Ion hills Including indebtedness ins exceeds percent Non teed al cent tis transacted ache L Specie 31600000 at low above of psid was Riot less oared was Slate a July sad business the says s a business says ma an- o111claiuoNoe Site Barelar pad ma the whiol snob be- made Pee la 4 t Begin now to Feed INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Wo keep it In nil sixes from Hoc packages to 20 pound buckets I t1T AI AW i I rJ I I N Mt a M 1 MGRoberts Drug btOro = THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K President JB STORM S C OBMilV Cashier J F Robinson AMt Ca- R T Kmbrjr Ilookkcopcr DlllKCTOIlS Saml D Cochran liter K Denny A 0 Robinson John E Ktormcs 8 O Denny J DUN Vice Putt L Gill Start tho Now Year right by Settling Your Account Wo must settle up our 1008 business anti bo ready for 1009 so plcnso will and settle at once I thank you for past favors and wish you a prospctiou New Year R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky A New Years Ride i 1i i t I H N N454 t bNNeN NNNr N eINN N ijjInh1 r Parold Rooting o ttj U lo year roof thai be ready rooflng seed u aiojia ad lire and wo wlU aoul you a check for the full of la cluduK the cat of applying It BUY one lot then you are 110t 11111001 baTe mad open III la y and M kit oat Boies for ReitSar tYD POS i We Solicit Yonr BnsiDfi I In a Nice New is a good way to start the next twelve months We have just the carriage you require whether it be a handy run about a comfortable buggy or a more elaborate vehicle Tile service you will get out of them will prove that our claims for highclass goods are well founded W J I CARRIAGE INS I Roofing With a Moneyback Paroid Lasts Longest K I The Guaranty Tnlll e lu 1 I7 otlier manufacturer buy Uu ir felt i utUU Imply wturuto and coat It IlKause It U la ius l on any ready roaring I tout Uke our word alooe tor It a u ran DM and fee the pot break or And HIIkf1 IIU proof mDcIIIII mod Y Ilirulol 1I0tIII lIlo or run In hot w th lSaudelaour tud compound whloksnakes wale IqwryLrtd runp tkkkat tArpar our patented Muare not IOOBO AU try our iuon y wok iru iriutvw i art prim 1UILDING PLANS FREE l Lancaster Lumber Mfg Co Phones 74 and f04 Lancaster Ky I appll wllhproof proofed OA wUUIIlUlMho elllvat wlU Ircause IlIaetI raeluaudOk II Oil Jour d lDU lIoQ lAb 10111111 bIi d for IAlllplei 4o1 stamps ao ws ftluru wr 0WO III fut CIW Vrsetksl t ru musun leeks p some of the raaoma by we au ire P 1rold a a i e0 by I II Jut I factorIes and fisluleL when J a thaI You will se Y mu Dui iIsls JMtter doylt etpwla4h we need our money to hay for same Your account Is due come in and help us out Dont forgot wo soil tho OLIVER PLOW and STUDEBAKER WAGON rite bost Plow and Wagon made We are selling Graniteware at Cost J Bu Mount Co trn t J j Iii J li fiWjMUIDilllIDml 1I frtVJlrt I Haviu BOl1ht Prolwrty I I I w l YJ I IJ A r i i ql1- M I l9 Gd GJ ill tIl B1iAZT ii I Arterial Red Cavity OQ Piulll UNDBRTAKBR Embalming 0 Ise stroek there may seem no difference except the name Hut if one of them is OBELISK flour there is a big difference Telling you about the superiority of Obelisk Flour doesnt prove it IJut if you will try a Barrel today youll have plenty of proot of its superior excellence in the better bread cake nnd pastry you bake It suits others It will suit you Coal and Field Seeds BANKS HUDSON I WIWAJU1F A Positive Cure PRICE 50C Bollard Snow Liniment Co 500503 North Pecond St S ST LOUIS AM I of it f 0 r I rULL LINE OP CASKETS AMI UUUIAL ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK 1AM JA M 1Ifta nWII aVUY J J WALKKU President J S JOHNSON VIo Prest ORUANIZi3D Its8J ITIZEN NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY I 1 CAPiTAL 51t HUDSON W O RIONV AMt Cashr O D Solicited Prompt and Gartlul Attontlon I DIRECTORS IJ S Johnson lludsnn J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Olbhl 11YOU ARE YRETFUL ri YOUR HEAD ACHES 1jj nT S YOUR LIVER USE f I J ttoi t- rn r ft I b No Better Advice odd bit ofTrM you It la nn for ono to enjoy out of order HIli to HI nil NsIon a Cures Constipation ChllrJ and Pjvor Dyspepsia IItl luli and all a Tor1od I CURED have tlto past tour YRIII withI II urn to uqO I tlld now 1 eared I would not without U for tho world Qako plunauru It to my IrluL1 Qfi flenesuRrLUs 4B1 CasltlerRWALNtcn Iiouk keopor- Do5i11Cbb i t 111 mir11AUa Y o fa not nuvexsnry 7 wd Ithyour corpLlnts auo Lv- CiRONIC CONSTBPATION I neon 1 for r what cootore called chronic consI ratlon an rloud nnJnnt lu 1 1f Pleasing and Effective Between Two Barrels FLOOR Iof Grid Ropommended by R E MCROBERTS Ij f fIne c 5 Gossip About People V V N A Brltf Mention of the Comings Doings W Are In K L Woods was In ourclty dn bus mess Wo hope to sea Logon Hubblu well mild out soon Miss Alllo Arnold has returned to Indianapolis Ind Miss Nora Francis Is tlsltlnn rela tives In Hlcliinond- Mn Ed Prlco has returned from a visit to Cincinnati- Mr OTlllifBlnbotlmniof Lexing ton was hero on business leo D of Mr and Mrs Q D Iloblnson has been 111 Dr Charles Xinimer of OliloJIs with his parents at the Konknrlan Mr Ilalncy of WIlllamsburR has been vIsltlnK Miss Mary Moss Miss Hunter of Richmond has been tho guest of the Misses Drown lllrdle McClure has been the guest of Crab Orchard relatives Harry Robinson of Danville was with tho hums folks hero Sunday MRS of Tallcdoua Ala spent the holidays at home Mrs II limner has returned home after awcckn stay In Cincinnati Dr and Mrs AS from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs Della Arnold entertained at a dinner In honor of Miss Alllo Arnold Mrs Jail I Hamilton was the has less of an elegant dinner a row days ago Mrs II H Arnold and children of Paris spent last week with Mrs Hell AustinMr Jack Wage of Richmond has been a recent visitor of Miss Alllo ArnoldMr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville have bccn with Mrs Rebec ca WestMiss Ethel Grant of Danville has been the recent cuest of Mr and Mrs Ed Price Sirs Charles Herd of Mlddlcsboro Is visiting at the hone of Mr and Mrs Win Moss Mr Mahoney of Stanford has been tho guest of one of Lancasters pretty brunettes Judge J C Hcinphlll has accepted a good position as bookkeeper In LouisvilleMr Mrs Jonas Ruckcr of Rich mond are guests of Mr Win tihugars and family Mr Hubert Carpenter of Stanford I has been the truest of Miss Lottie May McRobcrts Miss Susie Hrasliear has returned from a visit to Miss Mattie Hrasliear of Cynlhlana Mrs Jennie Ooodloo and family left about the 1st for their new homo In SpringfieldMiss Klnnalrd has returned to lilt her position In a college near Rome Georgia Miss Rclla Arnold left Saturday for a visit to her aunt Mrs Hugh Hemp lull of Nlcholasvllle Miss Annie Royston left recently to again till tho place of teacher In one of Chicagos City schools Mrand Mrs W IlT Wherrltt leave shortly to spend the remainder ot tho winter In Now Orleans Mrs H P Hudson Is at home after n visit to her sister Mrs D I Geiger of Huntlngton West Va Miss Lena Rlgney entertained tho Mary Walker Price Chapter of tho U D 0 Monday afternoon Miss Edna Kiivanuugh left this week to resume her studies at Radnor College Nashville Tcnn Mrs Fisher D Gaines and little son of Danvlllo have been visiting Judge and Mrs Hcmphlll Mr and Mrs Joseph Rhlnehcnrt of London wore guests Use week of Mr and Mrs W A Arnold Mr Jno F Walker and Miss Tom L Francis have returned from u visit to Miss Annie Cotton Danvlllo Misses Lucy mid Tommlo Francis entertained Mrs Win Furnau at lye oclock dinner Monday evening Dr and Mrs AS Prlco entertained at a 0 oclock dinner Saturday evening at their now homo on Richmond street Rev and Mrs Hush went lust week to attend a reception at tendered by the grooms par outs J S Schoolor of Madison county has leased the W A Hoailey place on Water Street and will move hero soonMiss Harirarot Hackloy of George town spent her holidays Hero and loft Monday to resumo tier duties as a touchier W of Knoxvlllo Tcnn was the guest of Ills nephews Floyd Ashley and William Swope during tile Holidays Mrs Hallo Huinslda and Mlsu Noll Johnson are at homo utter a protract ted visit to Mrs Larry D Jones of Montlcello Mrs J I Hamilton had for guests I last week her iunt Miss Margaret Uckoy of Ueoruelown her sis ter Mrs 0 U Lane ot Buena YisU I 1 l end Ly Thou if 4 Lltllo sun Miss Ooudloe Price are nt homo I I I I I J O 01 Winchester A Moherly anal I t 9 e- axerrewamaeu rasl r Annie Mr iihdMfH II 0 llnintlimi visit cil Nhid fu weak Mm 11 M Walker IH vIMUng lio innilinf Mrs Annie Raiicy of Kill hence Bliurlov Hudson Jno nile VH gll Kllmalrd havo returned to Centra UnlvciHlly Danville to resume studiesMessrs Joo anti J N Smith o Memphis Tenn were guests ot W W Hall and Sister Miss mien Mays tho past week Miss Alllo thogncstnf he cousin Miss Hcfislp Vanlln of Stan ford Miss Ynntlsctitertalncd a iiuin bor of girl friends In her honor Mr and Mrs If A Hoeing let Tuesday for sholr homo In Milwaukee Wisconsin afturspcndlng tho holiday with Mr and Mrs J W Sweeney Miss Altlo Marksbury will leav Thursday for a visit to her sisters Mrs James MStaunton of Middlo town Ohio and Mrs A H Rice o Richmond Ind Mr and Mrs Louis Landram led Thursday for their now homo In Rich mond tlio good wishes of their titan friends attend tho removal of popular couple A donation party was tendered Rev 0 P Hush and bride this week by tin members of his congregation Eat ablcs and household furniture were tho gifts bestowed Mr George Hatcher and Miss Hal lie nail were married Wednesday It this city tho Rev C C Brown olllcl acing Theirs Is courtship of years standing Misses Elizabeth and Carrie Waltoi Anderson entertained Monday eve nine from 8 to 12 The young ladle proved themselves quite capable gracious as hostesses Miss Lctllo Mao McRoberts return cd tho the week to Randolph Macon College Lynchburg Va title spending the holidays with her par cots Mr and Mrs R U McRobcrts Misses Della and Jennie Tudor Gertie Hcaihman of Richmond Mess rs James and Robert Henry of Kirks vlllc Vunnlo Roberts and Jessie 1u dur of Richmond spent Xmas will Misses Hcsslo and Eunice Prather Miss Susie Colllngs the populai trimmer in R L Browns store was married Thursday In the city of Louis vlllo to Mr James House an farmer of this county Toe bride Is a daughter of the late Dr Collins a prosperous physician ol Louisville A Horrlblo HoldUp About ten years ago my brother wits held up In his and what was to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Washington N U He took nil of remedies and from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr ICings New Discovery and was woolly bv six bottles Ho Is a well man today Its quick to relieve and Urn surest euro for or sore lungs Hemorr hoes Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all llronchlal affections 50c mid 100 Trial tut tie free Guaranteed by R E McRob erts Im UUGKKVK Miles visited friends In Madison last week Mr J W Brown sold o bunch of shoats to Victor Lear for Jc Dr George Hendrcn and wife visited relatives In Jessamine last week Miss Mae Broaddus visited Miss Tex Ic Hcndren of Madison recently Rev O P Hush will Oil his regular appointment bcro Sunday morning Miss Georgia Crntchtleld of Stone was tho attractive guest of Mrs Hess Ray lust week Mrs Wm Whlttakcr entertained quito a number of her friends and rel atives at dinner Sunday Mrs Cora Burton visited her par ents Mr and Mrs John P Lung tho latter part of tho week Misses Katie Mao and Mapmo Dick arson visited their cousin Miss Lids Rainoy of Loyd Saturday and Sunday Wo have another hustling black smith In our vicinity Mr Ed Arnold who began his work lucre Saturday at tho place formerly occupied by Mr Wm Whittaker Mt lloltroii Mrs W H Montgomery and the little daughter of Mr Montgomery are numbered with the sick Mr Edward Grow sold to Mr Jcssi Fox a bunch of shoots at 4o per Ib Mr Timothy Ford bought of Newton Doolln his farm of 25 acres fur tOOO Mrs Lorlnda Ruins moved to the houso Just vacated by Mr Ford Mr Jas Parks bought of J K Slier row a caw for 130 Ho also bought Montgomery and Mrs Lucy Stunt 1omery Miss Lens Montgomery and Mrs EJ Grow entertained u few friends Thursday evening In honor of Miss Gertrude McQuerry Q Mr IBUUQ Duncan moved to the house lust vacated by MrCasoat Ilourne last Friday Mr J KShorrow bought 14 calves last Monday at ale Mr Bert Super wife and sister Miss Minnie Gullur were the guests ot Mr Ed Grow midwife Sunday Mr Chas Duncan wife uud little daughter Gladys of Hoylo are the ljuesu of relatives hero Mr Thomas Montgomery and wife o UrfuiiUYllIo ur and Mrs David Montgomery timidity utLil J sd rrtntnfs th lr Yantis Js this several and first ur and ot treatment cured tI A 0 Mr of lilt Jlo wore guests of n attwri tits rice Industrious believed I Miss Helen cows at Call up Lee llognn for crlHf V Largo line of drummers samples 01 Powells Sell at cost Corn for silo See J 0 Horn or R H Preston Stone Ky J will give for tin dollar titan any ono In tbwn Lost m streets Monday a dollar market price for produce Highest prlco paid In cash for 1 tcr and eggs T Elkln Si 2 Car of Cotton Seed Meal cd Hanks Hudson 1120t Car of Cotton Heed Meal Just reccl cd hunks Hudson Call on Henry Duncan Rlchmom Avenue fur u clean satisfactory shave 18 3t Every thing that Hagan has Is filsi Strayed A black dehorned cow Finder tlfy C A Robinson 1 For Rant Three and ono half acres of sod for tobacco J U Hcmphlll For Solo Hello City Feed Cutter very J C or Theo Cnrry V For Rent A splendid residence and six of land on Orchard Street to this ollke or to J I Hamilton place about 4 eeks ago on white mate about 125 Its Reward W II Ward l82t Say If there Is ono yoli to during Xmas a things left which at you own price W II Ward 1821 For Sale Building Lot i Will sell either ono or three llos facing two streets containing J O Hcmphlll or Currey In order to make someclmno Inrny business 1 will sell anytlinw In my house at A reduced price take produce same as cash II Jrurd2t We ore very grateful I ideal to ur friends for their In tho past year und hope for n Wishing ev cry ono a happy and Now year 1 remain yours for business 182t W H Ward Election Notice An election will be held at the 3lty Izens National Rank on Tuesday a uary 12th 1000 for the purpose of st Icctlnv live directors to serve kiilni year U F Hudson Cishli Dec 1st 12 Election Notice There will be an election hold Jun 12 1000 at the lanai Hank of Lancaster Ky purpose of electing six directors to servo the ensuing year 1211 td S C Denny Cashier Election Notice An election will be held at tho rard hunk Trust Co on Jan 12 1003 for tho purpose of diet tint the directors to serve the Ich Bulng year All stock holders are lie quested to be present i U I J W Elmore S20 00 Reward For Information that lead J recovery of black tan old very timid Had on none of undersigned In Lincoln county Above reward will bo paid for information that will lead to recovery Address 0 Huff 1841 Hot Springs Ark New Music A Virginia newspaper puts Us an nouncement of births under the head lug New Music Soft Corn Poor Horse Feed Thero has boon an uncommon fa tnllty among colts tills spring and horsemen have not found tho cause of tho trouble In discussing this matter with u prominent farmer a fow days ago he attributed the whole trouble to feeding soft and moldy corn to tho mares It Is a wellknown tact that moldy grain and hay will sometimes cause abortion says Farm era Voice While this Immature corn was frozen It could bo fed to all kinds of stock without much danger but as soon a4 warmer weather came on and the corn thawed out then tho trouble began It la rather late now to head off the trouble but the lesson Is well worth remembering when another of soft corn comes around Screen the Stables It Is expensive work this tiles as every horse unit dairy owner laarns trout experience Screened slablou and night pasturing In u areas urn tolvo tho difficulty Spraying with jiltmilurd remedies Is also oQlcacluus Different Whats your husband doing now asked tie neighbor Oh hes sitting around tolling what II going to happen next oleo tion answered the busy woman Then lies a prophet No ho Isnt So tar an fam Ill Is concerned ho Is a loss Washington Star An Advertliemtnti Ixist a womans pocketbook black loather with Initial Z finder may silk samples recipe for English chamois tag burr pins news vapor clippings headache powders and diewing gum please return purse sad house key to owneri Dotroll Visa Tress m L h 1 want your W P1llfd roc t l1r paper firing in Ollie Leo Ilagao ou the hllll1 rec I t ch t es StraY welgl Lot lavo tow co a ut two leo 2t W I patr nag c tirr uanco ot same each a n I 11 d tot he ar v rued Cashle ho nd bl n Head le S and sides bulTta arK c liB with whe lOSt last Novel feeding Quite I Iuddlng I f r I- 3ut1Iii i3da items plodder t riots this will give t Son r Apply t remember buy acres td Tucsda wd 1 season fie dead keep 3 E L odIrut Yo C lt W O K mptt Cuhltr I PEOPLES Lick i 1 iI Fish Vitt f I Paint NCOISO01lATE0I Wo offor you fair treat mont with ovary accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo 9DKPIfV9 goto06 M COY RL ARNOLD RoauYM B WOODS Xt WOODS w o rise I I J 8 BURROWS J nrnsaronrs ryI I Our Customers are Fully Protected by and Caiuality Insurance The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky Capital Stock 50000 Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Steel Vault SAfE DEPOSIT BOXES We invite you to call and inspect our office and building and make of our facilities for expeditious pleasant and safe tion of business The Farmers Bank Il Fidelity t Upto date I rise m to t trans A Family Divided Against Its Self Can Not Stands is the same with a town or community If all will pull together we will build and get strong If we fail to do this we cannot succeed Come and see my stock of Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattresses Oil Cloth Linoleums Mirrors Combination Book Cases Library Tables China Closets Library and Hall Lamps Come early and get your choice J C ROBINSON B WALKER CO cordially invite you to meet Miss L A Siebold who will give free fittings of the celebrated Redfern Corsets for a limited period beginnlng De comber Seventh J B WALKER GO RICHMOND KENTUCKY I I I 1 iR I J I I I I I I j I M M I Jif It A ti s Its h- w I I t Nt e L S J A tar from a 10eent piece will count PULL value A tar horn a Scent piece will count II ALP value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANCER TWIST MMttrWMfcMM St4tor MM Hue Ivy J T PI ZXZ T FW Coupons from MANS PRIDE SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazN Snwklm GILT EDGE IrazN Sitrtkhn- Yillow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many ether useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cull Buttons 50 Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags Gentleman Watch 200 Tags French Briar Pipe 50 Tg9 Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags Steel Carving Set 800 Best Steel Shears 75 Tags Ladys Pocket Knife 40 Tag Playing Cards 60yd Pithing Tag Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog vt PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOIACCO co st Louis MO Few W lit Btttk fear ON Tar OWENS PocketbookSO A Tag ReelGO r kL n I v Fl r She 1Mar Heat 111 IfRafYEWIMIM 1g k11M 11 a G hah ItMarsl wet Jelly t AND j Tag Tags Tag t Farm and Stock The past years tobacco market has been In some respects remarkable The most Interesting and remarkable feature Is the sensational advance In the price of Burley By comparing the quotations the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange at the closo ol 1907 and the close of 1008 we find that pro sent prices range from 4 to 8 higher now than they were ago The greatest advance has been In the me dium and low grades For example we find that at the close of 1007 the Exchange quoted Red Burley trash at 060 to 850 at the close of 1008 they quoted this grade at 10 1450 Medium lugs were 860 to 1060 now they are quoted at 16 to 17 At the close of 1907 good leaf was quoted at to 10 Last week It was quoted at 18 to 20 The advance In colory Hurley was about the same Mr B D White expertlndolrylng of the Bureau of Animal Industry says that In some of the dairy states the average yield of butter per cow is less than 160 pounds per annum when It Is possible under quite ordinary conditions with grade cows of dairy breeds to produce double that amount or 300 pounds This Is considerable less than one pound a day Evidently he says there Is plenty of room for Improvement By proper selection care teed and breeding of dairy cows the output of dairy products can be doubled without Increasing the of cows now In the country An item from Lexington says the sale of the pooled tobacco by the Society and the prospers that no restriction will be placed upon grow log a crop this year has caused adecldcd boom In the price of farming lands In Central Kentucky especially for such lands as are suitable to grow tobacco Real estate agents are flooded with of fers for the purchase of lands of this kind and the strong demand for them has caused prices to go up rapidly Alfalfa bas feeding properties much similar to those of clover but Itshould be cut when coming Into bloom and much care Is necessary when curing it to prevent shedding of the leaves In addition to its high feeding value Is also prized for Its permanency once established on suitable soils fur tho number of crops obtained from It Exports of corn from the United States during the ten months ending 1908 amounted to 27072 674 bushels as compared with 74424 SCO bushels exported during the cor responding period In 1007 Exports of wheat for same periods were 80240 Squlro J P Bourne sold his farm of 160 acres six miles from town to kph Leavell at 85 per acre W T West bought of J R Henry 310 acres of land at 30 per acre He also ayear J t o 812 number October bushels r J A I t J Si F ti I Burley I It i when and 3 1 y 1 traded a residence on Stanford to I P Thompson for his store room on Danvlllo Avenue It has been shown by actual test that one acre of fairly good alfalfa pastured partly In summer and then cut for hay and fed to hogs along with onethird the usual amount of corn fed will make one thousand pounds of pork live weight 1 an nutshell that tells how valuable alfalfa Is In hog growing And hogs on alfalfa rarely It over have cholera but are extra strong- J 1 Hamilton shipped a car load of mules to Mississippi which cost 176 per head BOOKNE Ernest Clark spentseveral days with friends at Richmond T D Hendren of Nlcholasvlllc la visiting here this week Tim Ford bought a tract of land of Newt Doolin for 000 Fox Turner bought 67 acres of land of Gilbert Turner at 40 per acre Little Miss Lucy Joe Marsee of Is with relatives here this weekMiss Annie Case ot Marcellus was tho of Ledger tram Friday until Sunday Miss Mayme Adams of Nlcholasvlllo is spending several weeks with her uncle Mr J M McWilliams Mrs Lucinda Raines and family moved last Friday to the farm she recently purchased of A D Ford Mr J S Carpenter and wife and Mrs G R Carpenter were with relatives at Irvine and Valley View last week Mr J S Case moved last week to Mr Win Roses place at Brlghts bend B A Duncan and sons moved Into the house vacated by Mr Case It Tastes Good and Creates Strength the famous cod liver and iron medicine without oil Vinol is much better than cod liver oil emulsions because while it contains all the medicinal value they do it disagfees with no one As a body builder and strength creator for old people delicate children after sickness and for coughs and colds Vinol is unequaled Mclloberts Drug Store healthyand I Lancaster inol stubborn I Avenue Miss and LAND BUYERS EXCURSION to the Pan Handle of Texas to inspect the pRAVO RANCH Now ready to be cut up into 160 acre tracts at prices ranging from t 950 to 1500 per acre j This Is the cheapest priced watered land in the Pan Haiiflte of Texas Train leaves Ioulsville over the Southern Railway January 19th 1909 at 1020 pm Make reservations now J write for particulars to f Wu Ahflersprii Jr Immififrfrtion Agent a J i and Pass South I 4 w best innn xIj Agcutv 1 FOLEYS and TAR CURES Coughs and Golds PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption feley Honey and Tar trot oat stops the cough but heals and strength ens the lungs and prevents serious re aunts from a culd There is no danger of Pneumonia Consumption or other serious trouble U Honey and Tat ls taken as it will cure the most stub born coughs the dangerous kind that settles on the lungs and may develoy Into pneumonia over night If you have a cough or cold do not risk Pneumonia when Honey and Tar will taro you quickly slid strengthen your lungs Remember the name Foleyfl Honey and any substitute offered Do not take chances with some unknown preparation that costa you the some when you can get Honey and Tar that cosu you no mere and is safe and certala in results Contains no opiates Cured After Physicians Said He Had Consumption E H Jones Pastor M E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight year ago I had a very severe cold which physicians said was very near pneumonia and which they pronounced consumption Through a friend I was Induced to try a sample of Foleya Honey and Tar which gave me so much relief that I bought some of the regular size Two or three bottle cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs slac that time Three slzes25c 50c 100 The 50 coat size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AND RECOMNENIEI IIC C K Stormes loyd Mrs Eliza MoMllllon Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Ray Mr Llllion and Sammy Iluy are vis Itlng their until Mrs Sally Ramsey at Boa Lick Mrs Sam Long has been confined to her room for some tlmo but Is now Improving Mr and Mrs L L Sanders visited Mr and Mrs aeorne Ray of Buckeye last Friday Misses Veils Vernon and Tattle Ray wore the BuesUof llls Mary Loa Layne Sunday Harrison the little son of Ham Adams who was badly kicked by mule is slowly Improving grave LaddleS often receive severe out and them It soon drives pain For Hums Sculls Wounds and llrulses Its earths healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Ulcers l ut H K MuUoberU1 HONEY Foley Tarand J Mr WII Fire burns fires thou use es IIle cure rnado instant i1t lull Foley refuse Foley afterwards r rntcu r a heliof 25o lme g IIIIKNA VISTA Mr Ncoly hiMiiuVed his family tn Siulllis house Archie Skimmer linn returned to school at Ilcrctf Alice Hcott tins resumed her Mrs Fliinsiicj uro with rein llmrlsun county Mr Hubert Tunillnsoii and were guests of J U Robinson Sunday A Scott had a ittock sato ovcrytliliitt prlcw Mr II illitnl mid wlfo ro UU IN of Mrs llallardi parents Mr and Mrs J J 1our J U Ruble mud John Upton have delivered their Lancaster for lUc per lb The Misses Riddle of Jessamine have been visiting Misses Mary and Margaret Asklns A number of the young people gave Miss Martha Scott a surprise party last Monday evening The social given by the 0 E Society Saturday evening wasan enjoyable oc casion moro than sixty being present Misses Virginia and Maddelle King entertained a number of friend last Thursday evening at a taffy pulling Mr Wells and family of Uryants ville have moved to the house vacated by Mr Florence We welcome them to our midst Mrs James Christopher entertained at New years dinner Mrs John Daugherty of Lexington Mrs Arthur Christopher and children of Mrs Will Dickerson and Miss Ison of Hryaulsvllle President Orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Homo at Macon who writes We have used Eec trio Bitters In this Institution for nIne years It has proved a most medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard II as one of tho best family medicines on earth It Invigorates vital or guns purifies tho blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown It less no equal Best for female complaints 60c nt U E 1m Commissioners Sale of Lund OARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Citizens National Bank of Lancaster Ky 1 Iff- V8 J H Potts and others Defts By virtue of a judgment of the Oar Circuit Court rendered at Its No ember team UK 3 In tho above action I as Master Commissioner will onMONDAY 25 1009 It being County Court day between tho hours of 11 a and 2 in the Court House door In Lancaster U irrard County Ky sell to the est and the following de scribed real property said land Is In three but to all Intents and purposes Is one body of land The first tract lies In Garrard County Ky and Is bounded as follows Beginning at a on top of thence crossing Island N 031 E 04 chains to a stake thence E 80 chains to a stake thence S 65 W 8 7 chains to a large oak tree thence N 35 W 104 chains to the beginning containing two and acres 2 110 acres This piece of land was it of lot No 5 In the division and allotment of tho lands of R A Noel deceased and lies on the waters of Paint Lick Creek The second tract of land lies In Gar rard and Madison counties on tho wa ters of Paint Lick Creek and Is bound ed as follows Beginning at a stone on the east of Lick Creek and corner to Blakeman thence S W 0 poles to a point In and near tho center of said creek thence S 60 W 15 poles to a walnut stump corner to end Noel with Noels lino N CO E 15 poles to a stake formerly a tree In the mill darn thenco still with Noels thence a new N 60 K 3 poles to the end of stone fence on east of road and on the bank of old mill raco and corner to Blakeman thence with said race N 20 W 80 poles to a small at the of same thence 21 W 10 poles to a stone In the same thence 45 W 8 poles to the containing three acres three roods thirtyone poles 3 A 3 R Tho third tract lies In Madison coun ty Kentucky on the waters of Point Creek and Is bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the old line of H U Potts at thp end of said lot thence a now line and with fence thenco S 18 K 15 to Potts cor ner In all thirteen and two tenths thence S 27 E 137 poles to the containing one hun dred of an acre 65100 of an A Sold lands will be sold as a whole and the sale Is made for tho of realizing tau following sums viz with 0 cent Interest per annum from the 20th day of July 1UOO until subject to tho following credits October 10th 1000 and 1050 paid January 2nd 1007 also the sum of with 0 per cent In terest annum horn the first day of January 1005 until paid subject to a credit of all tho interest to ary 10th 1000 1120 paid February 24th 1008 and S275 1008 Also 50000 with 0 per cent Interest per annum from hat day of 1005 until and with 0 percent Interest per annum from July until Also tho sum 10135 which Is the approximate cost of this action TERMS Said sale will bo made on a credit of 0 and 12 months purchaser will bo re for said purchase money date or sale until paid having tho force and effect of a upon which execution may Issue If J M ROTH Master Comr Garrard Circuit Wl Williams Atty tor PlnV January Qlli 1000 it M r Stale Cullego Mr lives iii 1 bringing loud IJ I tobacco at Somerset Eliza Oat excellent the rard m a S 33 321 sycamore line S 401 1 10 paler 1 stolle In same NOW 250 poles to fence to a corner to 50000 qulrod to execute se to blaster pall will also bo the land sold for the payment purchase moray Court I Miss sudlua tit aui tic Saturday HIps JANUARY one sycamore beginning 31P n post stone same beginning January Commissioner at maturity A upon uI This d t Sheriffs Sale FOR TflX ES state and taxes duo and unpaid by thd following itrlln tiucnl taxpayers county for onr A Armildslicrllf of Uiirnud County Ky will oil MONDAY JAN 23 1WJO being the llrsl dny of January Term the county court before the court house Lancaster Ky between the hours of 10 bidder the following real estate of said delinquent- or HO much thereof ns Taxes The amount sot opposite each name Includes the ninoiint of taxes penalty Interests cost otc An soon as taxes are their names will disappear from list C Sheriff Onrrard County Kyl- UBTUICT NO LnncMlcr While Acton Smith I erei I SM- Crteclii Albert ilf on CoMer B K t town lot M S3- Doty Ann M- lMj houic J V t crc IM- Orecnlnr WC l 14 Miller W II Mnerti M DISTRICT NO I Colored Andcrion I town lot I 68- Alcorn iencr l l town lot 1 s Andcrion Caroline 1 town lot SO- H u hm n lUrrlel 41 ncru T SA Barium Lcwli I town lot 7 80- Burdelt Iiob6erri 4 M 0111 Ellen I town lot IM Herring Anrtf 8 ftcrei S 45 Herring lot 4 60 June Jim 1 town lot M- Ktntj town lot IM- Lcnvtlldtol town lot n- MijrlUlilJmrltawn lot 0- Mtrrt ilrt Will I lonu lot 1 M Moore C lll I town lot SM McDonald Add 1 town lot II T- oMulllniCirrjr 1 town lot 4M- Niwlnd8irt 1 town lot t town lot 4 M- Roblniou town lot 4 M Warren Jc ie lot 20- IIUYANTSVILL DIBTRICE No t Mlddleton Y ntlill crr 18 crt I 00 Stone rfariurtt llelrt M tcte II C- OBRVANT8VILLG No 2 COLORS Burnun J DO 4 er 4 7i- Ilronton Win 1 acre too Ccitltr Ueo 1 lot In DtrUtown 4 n- Ccgler llillt lot Dirlitown 131 Cochran Mary Hot In lUtUlown I J4 Cochran Frank Ito 4 7 4J Dodd Ann 47- lnnn8am Hot 4 7J 1 acre 6 M- UunnCommodor 3acrt I SO Dunn lot In Datlitown I M- Kmbrjr Henry i cre S JS- Oalntf Otear I aerea 6 IS Chat and Brother 6 14 7 00 Uttell Lcwli Hot tOO Ready Mary 1 acre inRoach Lucy 1 00 Bherley Henry Hot In Davlttown 70- Rhelby Henry 1 lot In I vl town 8 70- Bmltb Ben 1 lot In D Tl town 500 Wallace Allen Hot In Darlitown 4 to- Wllhen 3eo 1 acre AM BUCKEYE DISTRICT No 1 WHITE Bnrton J B 3 acr e 4 W Eat A fllmiiou I 34 acres 4 IM- Klnncll Mr M S uO Floyd V A 4 Sl n 40- Oalley 29 4S 14 W- Uobcrly O J 3d acrea II 0- 01otUA JMacrei 7S U Ray MlkoS acre 635 Simpson Wm U W Lancaster II 11 NO 3 COLORED AnderaenUary6acrci 1 K Wearren 20 U TAINT LICK WHITE Aldrldge II II 40 acreiMM 21 05- Berd Qreeulacrea S C- 5Brocb CarrM acrea 6 31- llroch Monroe U acrea 1 83 CO 500 Cooler Salllo SO acre C 75 Floyd Wm 4 acrea 6 0- 0OnbbardO DS 34 acre M 70 Hunt Hiram 4 M hue Senior eO acrea n 4 C- OKlnnard0037acre 164- Knucklei Wm 7Macrea IB U J Hacrei 75 John 34 Rcraa 410 1 lot Miller acrea 215- McQaerry J T U 00 Nave Jamea 700 acrea V CO Pointer Tyro a 645 Kay Joe 100 acrea U Roberta John K Hot 7 IS ROM W M 310 acres 405- Itobluion Chaiflr ISaorci 460- Stewert Arthur 18 acrva t 70 Lick ll Wllturn Jennie 31 acrea 130- YoDtrChaaUacrei 075 COLORED Anderion Henry I acre 4 M- Addliou Henry If acrea 4 M- PanlkntrWllll acre 64- 0ltlcka0icaracro 130- lloiienillclral acre l CO Hunt JamtalOacrva 1 10 Kennedy Mary t acre 4 CO Kennedy Edlacre 4 10 Kennedy aim I acre t W UckeyClel7acr a C 15 Lackey Die 1 acre 6 CO Lackey Mary I ISO LenvellTliompiouHacro 4 M- Lytle TomBrl acre 3 35- Uerrllli Henry Jlelra fewland Jobnl acre 4 75 Reed acrei 3 W lieu Charley 1 lot 4 M Cory 1 acre 3 0 A ARNOLD S 0 0 Dislikes the Distinction Tho bishop of Tasmania says that a girl In a shop Is addressed as Miss Susan while If eho works as cook or housemaid she is called simply Bus an Ho objects and says that a who Is good enough to work tor good enough to bo addressed ai Miss Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form of or disease All Druggists Write for sample W Rose Co St Fur saloat MoHibsrU Drug Store I vlrLuo of and ultor for saio to the highest Lists till acre II MUller I id 6 S town 6 Fannie George I 1 Ion 8 lilT 1 2 8Imlon TIm I la Dunn WID M I e ere Loneunn 100 rAne TbomuM IOH Totten Wm I Uryadt W M Six Fhb Ir Todd roo J TOO acre I Coo Ralson Wit lhumlellelr I lot In talnt 0 II 2 SO VII fu 4 to ash Mils acres Ella Rob 1 6 6 e flay acre acre Dave t Oslo acre acre 1e acre acre acre acre lot lu Dro67 acre Nod acre acre 10 acre Lee tong Meadow M F e so acre 2nd acre Not nn I acre acre r girl J I w PILES it IfMKdWe r JW frtw IYp TIC QItrMt CommlMloitf ffl Snl Iftml Mary T lluklun Atlmr o lIlT VH William H fto DofU II vlrluu ot it judgment or thin I3nr ritttl Circuit Court nl lift No vmnbcr term IUu3 In Urn move styled ticilun I us MrtnlorCmiimlMloncr will on MONDAY JANUAIiy 25 1UOO It being County Court tiny between n in 2 p in Ciiutt Mount door In Our raid Comity Ky still to mo hlghent nod bout following tluerlb crt real property III Lowell Intrant Kentucky and bound ed im follows Hull loud lies In Out lard County In the village of Lowell und uoiidU of three tracts or loin which will lint bo sold und then an a whole and the bid or bids real lung tho most money will bo accepted lands are bounded an nt a point in the middle of the and alto In the middle of the county road and corner to Mary llalston thence South H3 foot middle of said county road to a point In the middle thereof thence West 221 feet to a point at end of mono fence thenco fence 1611 feet to u nt end of said fence lino of Sulphur Well Lot thenco North duo West corner near there 10 of said Sulphur Well thence Kait 140 feet of sold road to time begin ning containing about 13 of an acre 2 tract beginning at a point In mld tine of County corner In the old Stone house Harrows thence with the middle of Mid road W 240 chains In the mid the of corner to Hettls thence the road and with Hot tls S chains to tho mlddlo of the W 2 K by production 260 chains distance point In middle of rail rand at Intersection of County road corner to Burrows llros lot thence leaving road at Intersection of county and with line of Raid llurruws Brothers and with middle of sold road N 171 W 170 chains to the beginning containing 45100 of an acre Including railroad right of 3 tract lying between railroad and creek Beginning at a point In tho middle of the County corner to Burrows sold County Road 171 E 2 85100 chains to the tine of Hendersons branch thence down and with the middle of sold undersoils branch GUI K 240100 chalnn to the forks of crock alt K U 22100 chains to a In tho middle of said creek or branch thence leav N 37 W 2 05100 chains to the middle of same H 01J 08100 to the begin containing 2 14100 acres exclud ing rail road right of and 2 66100 acres Including road right of way Said sale Is made for the purpose of settlement of the estate T Ralston TERMS Said sale will be trade on a creditor 0 and 12 months purchaser will be required to execute good to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said chase money bearing cent Inter rat per annum from date of solo until judgment upon which execution may at maturity A will also be upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase moneyJ M ROTH WELL MastcrComr Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomllnsoa Ally for IlIT This January 0 1001 Commissioners Halo or hand QARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Jack Denny Plaintiff vs Dan Qoodloo c Defendants virtue of a Judgment of the Oar rard Circuit Court rendered at IU No vember Term 1008 In the obovo action I as Muter Commissioner will on MONDAY JANUARY 25 1000 It being county court day between the hours of 11 a in and 2 p m at the court house door In Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky sell to the highest and following described real property In Lowell Kentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at u stake In Hendersons corner to lot of Margaret Don ny thence leaving the and with of E 13 210 to a stake or plank fence to sold nut and Hawkins Hawkins N COJ K 14 poles to a stake In said line a now corner thence a now ilea N 40t W 23 to a stako In HcndernonH branch about one pole from tho stone fencfl on tho east Hide of tho branch S 23 W 14 28 poles to the beginning containing 11 acres and 30 Said lot was convoyed to sld Mar Goodloe then Denny J H Splllinan and wife on the 7th of Jan uary by deed recorded In the Oar County Clerks ofllco in deed book No 6 page 628 Said solo Is made tor the of realizing the sum of 17400 debts and 0570 approximate cost TERMS Said sale will be a credit of six and 12 months and tho purchaser will bo required to execute to tho Commissioner for said putchaso mon ey tearing 0 cent Interest per an num from date of sale until which execution may Issue If not paid at maturity tho name having tho force and effect of a judgment A lien will olio bo upon land sold for tho the purchase money J U Master Comr Qarrard Circuit Court R H Tomllnson Atty for 1lalntlir This January 0 1000 Boraclo Acid In Meat London food Inspectors claim to have found as much ns 161 grains of boraclo add In a single pound of moat Imported tram Atwirlca Way to Choose Husband Women mould choose liuibundi a they do their gowns the oracu lar Nlxola QrooleySmlth Which reminds us that a young My In our neighborhood was huurd to say that she wants u husband full of Ut CblcAio Journal Caution That young roan comes of tine old stock said tho suitors friend Is his fatally In Ilurkei peerage asked Mr Oumrox- No Well weve about decided not to do business with any stock that Isnt listed Washington Star fir n Jut ILiJtjjil U 11 thu nod rat t ho r toot Ut of lIad toad thence line S 7t1 188 mid- I Inlt same and wIth J Metcalf hue W 0 the force and JITcc ot n IIIUO 50 made on payment ot I I 01111 huura Iiiiii nsler tln all uulCd runt sold road toad ton somas k payable upon 110Th WELL American a says bus rsaaeysrr vrra A e- w POSTEDnoroby give wnrn lug to all persons not to trespass upon our Iniiils fur nay purposo whntovcri M wo will ptosccuW nil offenders to fullest extent of tlio Hunters and Klahcrmcn especially tnko notice W H Ferguson Clay Sutton ld Iortweiotl W 1 Anderson J W Sweeney J I Nuvo Mm 1 W T Worrol Julio A Hnndcri It L Burton It O lluliin W 11 Cook Dave Puddcrar Richard llurgornor AlrsKKIhnlcIs II It Kelley I II Anderson David Tompson KILL TH COUCH AND CURE THe LUNGS Nsw Disco 1 rile undersigaetl J 0111 W J UlIIIAII lf II U UlIow WITH Dr r p r law CAruuld S Kings fOR 881 g Pal I l TeW litSi Veil NULL GUARANTEED tMONEY REFUNDED R H Mekoberls Drug Store r J M K Denny THROAT AND LUNG TSOUALE SATISYAOTOII- OB Ilrm1oni Jewtlrr tore Cream Vermifuge I IIITES I UA1ce over a DENTIST I THE filUUBUEO WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVOIUTE TONIC CCWtX Of IMITATION f rue aiHUIMC miftHIB only I- TBollardSnow Liniment Co- OT LOUSE M- OMcllobcrts Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco- At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehousea- nd get as high prices as any auction market In tto world W M Riley Company Danville Ky 1025 3m Fruit anoVOfnamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents Free Catalogue H Sons Lexington Kentucky The Truth Every person in this city who it suf faring from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid for external use All durggists ZEMO Fur dale atMcRnbOrU Drug Store 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADC MARKS DCIIQNS CoPYRIGHTs AcAnyone lending ikottb and detcrlptlnn anlcklr our opinion r u JMMl n iicr IMUIIII r tnu Uktn Munn A rw lM wtlhoul barn u Scientific JUnerkait- A Ji nd om lf lllnilrilM wftklf lrMt fir Trnii II a MM imirnioiitb L w rt- MUNN Co IB few York V BU Eczema Is Curable ZEMO scientific preparation for external tinthe that cause skin diseases quickly and U permanently cured by remarkable Druggists Write for am pit W K9e Med Co fit Loul For sale at McRoborU Drug Store WANTED Partners having good quality of Butter EggsPoultry or Game and wishing the highest city prices should send name and address to The Miami Valley Order 1725 Vine St Cincinnati 0 i rEJES F sell nlNul- tlonllllie HAND 001 on 1111 rree cu noCk an IIIOu 1 urn a end Ieldl 1- m E MOo t Deli fOIJY5K1DNEYQJIII 4 1 do Hillenmeer an rosy pnbby Ibruu the awed I destroys d market tal6 rm t e